"What Shakespeare wrote, this cast brings to vivid life...the play's textual brilliance is on expert display here."
"[Gregory Jon] Phelps plays the young warrior and shy lover Troilus trying to navigate the physical conflicts of the field and the emotional conflicts in his heart. Buff and energetic, he nonetheless scores the production's most arresting moments with his eyes as he stands up after each blindside strike at his psyche."
"René Thornton Jr., acting in the fourth Troilus and Cressida of his career, gives Ulysses a subtle poignancy, his long speeches of wisdom carrying with them an undertone of political expedience."
"Chris Johnston may be slight of build but he gives us a Hector great of character. Whereas the Greek generals strut and pose, Johnston's Hector flows and effortlessly radiates an aura of nobility."
For best seats, order tickets for Troilus and Cressida today.
By Eric Minton. Posted at Shakespeareances.com, 10.1.2013.
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